PTI to Observe Day of Mourning Against Worker Killing in Faisalabad

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FAISALABAD – Pakistan Tehreek -e- Insaf’s Punjab president Ejaz Chaudhry said that PTI  observe day of mourning against in Faisalabad tomorrow (Tuesday) worker killing.

PTI’s Punjab president Ejaz Chaudhry says the party holds District Coordination Officer (DCO) Faisalabad Noor Ul Amin Mengal, Rana Sanaullah and his son-in-law accountable for the killing of its worker in today’s clashes.

He says PTI will observe a day of mourning in Faisalabad tomorrow, adding that he will speak to PTI Chairman Imran Khan to announce a day of mourning across the country.

Earlier, Lamenting police action against party supporters, PTI Chairman Imran Khan says he was going to travel to Faisalabad to register a First Information Report (FIR) against attackers.

Khan says ‘Gullu Butts’ in the Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) had subjected PTI activists to inexplicable violence.

The PTI Chairman says if the process of recounting had taken place in the first week, following the May 2013 elections, none of this would have happened.

PTI spokesperson Dr Shireen Mazari claims that the man who shot dead PTI worker Asghar is Rana Sanaullah’s son-in-law’s guard.

She says PTI had been holding peaceful rallies since three months, adding that Sanaullah should know how PML-N workers incite violence.

Mazari also recalls that when Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUI-F) was holding demonstrations in Peshawar to protest the killing of its party’s Sindh Secretary General in Sukkur, the PTI administration in KP had not stopped them and KP Chief Minister Pervez Khattak had undertaken a different route in order to travel to Islamabad. She alleged that PML-N don’t have that kind of a democratic mindset and attitude.

Mazari also says that police is not doing anything to cease the clashes in Faisalabad, except for inflicting violence on PTI workers.


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